Who came up with the "law of effect?"

  1. FreuD

  2. Thorndike

  3. Skinner

  4. Bandura

Answer:

B

I say to you in a foreign language to "stand up," as I pull on your hands to get you up. You now learn what "stand up" means in that languagE This is an illustration of

  1. mind control

  2. operant conditioning

  3. mental conditioning

  4. classical conditioning

  5. non-associative learning

Answer:

D

How might the analogy of a vehicle race between a Toyota Tundra (powerful engine) versus the smaller Corolla (smaller engine) be an example of how a person's intelligence plays out in real life?

  1. Don't buy a Toyota, they might just accelerate on their own.

  2. None are correct because they don't really explain the analogy.

  3. All of these interpretations are correct.

  4. Trucks are more useful than cars.

Answer:

B

Intellectual giftedness is correlated with creativity.

  1. 1

Answer:

B

In the language of behaviorism, superstitious thinking occurs because two things accidentally became associated with each other and now they are always expected to occur together.

  1. 1

Answer:

A

How is observational learning different from operant and classical conditioning?

  1. There is no difference

  2. Operant and classical conditioning requires direct experiencE

  3. Observational learning is looking at something.

  4. Observational takes longer.

Answer:

B

Who theorized that intelligence is based on a general "g" factor?

  1. Thurstone

  2. Speary

  3. Spearman

  4. Galton

  5. Darwin

Answer:

C

Your memories of how to ride a bicycle would be stored as

  1. bike memory

  2. declarative memory

  3. short term memory

  4. procedural memory

Answer:

D

On average, children who scored over 135 on an IQ test later became less healthy, less well-adjusted, and less successful academically than their non-gifted peers.

  1. 1

Answer:

B

The single subtest that contributes the most to the overall IQ score is Verbal Comprehension.

  1. 1

Answer:

A